Posts Tagged ‘Find a job with social media’
July 28th, 2017 |
6 WAYS TO NETWORK WHEN YOU ARE PRESSED FOR TIME
If you are one of those people who knows how important networking is but just can’t seem to make the time for it, read on.
January 20th, 2017 |
7 Reasons Why People Aren’t Connecting with You on LinkedIn
Have you ever sent an invitation to someone that you wanted to connect with on LinkedIn, and you never got a response? You waited week after week to hear something, anything, but it is as though your invitation got stuck in cyberspace.
Here are some possible reasons that you never hear back after trying to grow your network on LinkedIn:
October 21st, 2016 |
5 SUREFIRE WAYS TO GET EMPLOYERS KNOCKING AT YOUR DOOR
Just think. You could get employers to come to you instead of you beating the bushes to get to them. Does that sound too good to be true? Well, it’s not. If you position yourself correctly, you can be an employer’s ideal candidate, and they will beat a path to your door.
So what does it take to magnetically draw employers to you?
August 12th, 2016 |
5 Compelling Reasons Why Your Network Isn’t Going to Help You
You have probably heard it said repeatedly that networking is the best job search method. That is a true statement, but if you don’t know how to motivate your network to help you, you could still find yourself jobless even when you have a good network of people to call on.
So why wouldn’t your network help you? Read on to find out.
June 3rd, 2016 |
4 POINTERS FOR YOUR LINKEDIN HEADLINE
Have you ever given any thought to your LinkedIn profile? If you are like most LinkedIn users, you haven’t. Most people skip right over the headline when they are creating the profile. But you can be contributing to your low number of views by ignoring that very important tagline. Users may choose to click on your profile or not depending on what your headline says.
Read on to find out how your headline can be a deal breaker or a deal maker:
February 8th, 2016 |
5 EXCUSES THAT STOP A GOOD JOB SEARCH COLD!
If you know in your heart that you need to start your job search, but you haven’t done it yet, it’s likely that you are making excuses. This is easy to do when you are employed. You know what you need to do, but without the immediate need to find a job quickly so that you can generate income, you don’t have the internal motivation to start searching, so you make excuses instead.
Here are some common job search excuses with reasons why they don’t hold water: